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Old 02-25-2013, 01:57 PM   #20
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Think they can help with some extra quad strength. However don't see them as important to improve a general back squat. Even less so for a lower bar 'powerlifter' squat, but then I think don't think any other lift is either.

Fronties are a good all round strength lift still. Lots of power and leg strength needed plus taxing around the mid section and upper back.
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